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- 1 NMSO-CSI Overview
- 2 EODMS & NMSO-CSI
- 3 Current NMSO CSI Offerers
- 4 NMSO Agreement Highlights
- 5 FAQ
The National Master Standing (NMSO) for Commercial Satellite Imagery (CSI) is coordinated by PSPC for the Government of Canada to procure imagery in support of its various mandates. It has been in place since 2012 and is refreshed every year by DND, NRCan, and PSPC in order to maintain and add new data providers. The current NMSO refresh can be found here: https://buyandsell.gc.ca/procurement-data/tender-notice/PW-19-00860905
EODMS & NMSO-CSI
The Earth Observation Data Management System (EODMS) is the designated Government of Canada site for all commercial imagery procured through the NMSO for both provider delivery and user access.
Did you know that all Government of Canada (GoC) employees can have free access to NMSO Commercial Satellite Imagery (CSI) already purchased by the GoC available on EODMS? You need only send an account request to your Department NMSO point of contact (PoC) for your account approval. You can find the request form and your PoC on our GCPedia (Federal Government-only) page, EODMS Account Approvals for Government and Special Access
Current NMSO CSI Offerers
NMSO Agreement Highlights
APPENDIX B TO ANNEX A - END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT TEMPLATE FOR END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT (EULA) FOR COMMERCIAL SATELLITE IMAGERY ACQUIRED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA
- APPENDIX E TO ANNEX A - Designated Government FTP/SFTP directory path to deliver Product Delivery Package
The Offeror must use the Designated Government FTP directory structure to deliver the Product Delivery Package. From the Offeror FTP/SFTP account, the delivery directory path is defined as follow: /<dept>/<satellite>/<sensor>, where <dept> : correspond to the government department name of the Identified User (available on the Call-Up) as described in Table E.1, <satellite> is satellite name (to be defined at issuance of NMSO), <sensor> is sensor name (to be defined at issuance of NMSO),
|License Level||License Level Description|
|Level A||The project level, at which a License Class allows Identified Users to only share the data with the designated sharing entities identified in Table A, “License Class Designations”, more specifically “Included Entities” on a project basis; and|
|Level B||The broad level, at which a License Class allows Identified Users to share the data with all users of the designated sharing entities identified in Table A “License Class Designations”, more specifically “Included Entities”.|
|License Class||Included Entities|
|Base/Class 0||Canadian Government Departments, Agencies, and Crown Corporations|
|Class 1 (A, B)||Base + Canadian Academic Research community affiliated with a recognized University or College|
|Class 2 (A, B)||Base + Provincial and Territorial Governments in Canada|
|Class 3 (A, B)||Class 2 + Local (Municipal, Aboriginal People - First Nations, Inuit, Metis or Tribal Councils) Governments in Canada. Local Governments would include two cities with over 500,000 in population and up to 20 municipalities with less than 500,000 in population|
|Class 4 (A, B)||Base + Local Governments (Municipal, Aboriginal People - First Nations, Inuit, Metis or Tribal Councils) in Canada. Local Governments would include two cities with over 500,000 in population and up to 20 municipalities with less than 500,000 in population|
|Class 5 (A, B)||Civilian Departments of the Government of Canada and their international counterparts as per their mandates. (Example: Canadian Ice Service and US National Ice Center and International Ice Patrol under the North American Ice Service [NAIS])|
|Class 6 (A, B)||Base + USA Government Agencies (Military and Civilian) e.g. US Department of Defense|
|Class 7 (A, B)||Base + Military Partners (USA, UK, AUS, New Zealand)|
|Class 8 (A, B)||Base + Military Partners (USA, UK, AUS, New Zealand) + 28 NATO Member Countries (See http://www.nato.int/pfp/eapc-cnt.htm.)|
|Class 9 (A, B)||Base + Military Partners (USA, UK, AUS, New Zealand) + 28 NATO Member Countries (See http://www.nato.int/pfp/eapc-cnt.htm .) + any of 21 NATO Partners for Peace
(See http://www.nato.int/pfp/sig-cntr.htm .)
|Class 10||Note: Class 10 is replaced by Class 12 below|
|Class 11||Base + public at large (i.e. Public Good License Class)|
|Class 12 (A, B)||Base + Military and Defence related organizations of foreign countries with which Canada is involved in international duties (example: United Arab Emirates forces in Afghanistan). The list of foreign countries will vary depending on the operations involved. The list of countries will be provided to the Offeror for country list approval prior to sharing. An addendum to the license shall list the countries approved for sharing.|
B 6.1 Product
The Licensor grants the Licensee for the Duration of the License a limited, non-transferable royalty free, irrevocable worldwide, non-exclusive license to use the Product and Derived Product and any accompanying written materials provided to the Licensee by the Licensor and any Derived Product, solely for the following uses:
a. To make an unlimited number of soft and hard copies of the Product for the internal use of Licensee;
b. To distribute to Licensee’s employees, agents, consultants or contractors or both contractors and subcontractors, who are under a duty of confidentiality no less restrictive than Licensee’s duty hereunder, the Product or copies of the Product by either a physical delivery medium or using a computer data network with access control mechanisms protecting the Product from unauthorized access;
c. To store, post or process the Product in a system including access control mechanisms protecting the Product from unauthorized access;
d. To share with the entities named in the License Class the Product or copies of the Product without restriction except for the requirement to provide copyright notice with the Product or copies of the Product;
e. To release for publication, with copyright notice, print or display representations or both of imagery from the Product, to publish or have published these in research reports, journals, trade papers, posters, or similar publications for purposes consistent with the mandates of the Licensee;
f. To reformat the Product for the Licensee’s use into different formats or media from those in which the Product is delivered;
g. To create or have consultants, contractors or both contractors and subcontractors create Derived Products, Other Derived Products or Information Products from the Product;
h. To make the Product available to its consultants or contractors or both contractors and subcontractors for purposes otherwise consistent with the uses detailed in this License Agreement and subject to the restrictions herein, and without the right of the consultants or contractors or both contractors and subcontractors to transfer or sublicense;
i. To analyze the system properties or adapt the Product for research purposes only. Any information, so determined, will be held confidential by the Licensee and would only be shared outside the Government of Canada according to the entities identified in this License Agreement or after obtaining further written permission of the Licensor for entities not identified in this License Agreement;
j. To share as needed when deemed by the Licensee to be a concern of Canadian National security; and,
k. To comply with national regulations of the country of the satellite owner with respect to further distribution of the Product to prohibited entities or countries when provided in writing from the Licensor.
I am not part of the Government of Canada, but I want access to NMSO-CSI imagery. What am I entitled to ?
Strictly speaking, as the NMSO-CSI is a standing offer between the Government of Canada and providers, Goc departments are not allowed to order imagery on behalf of other entities e.g. provinces, territories, universities. However, if you are working with a federal department and imagery is required in support of joint-initiative toward a GoC departmental mandate, then this is what the levels 1 and above are exactly in place for.
I received an email from an NMSO commercial satellite provider (CSP). How do I download my NMSO data (Government of Canada only)
Once an NMSO CSP delivers data to NRCan, a government employee can
- Verify you have a GC account on EODMS https://wiki.gccollab.ca/EODMS_How-To_Guide#How_do_I_register_for_an_account.3F.
- Verify you have NMSO access on that account per EODMS Account Approvals for Government and Special Access
- Do a simple search as per above: https://wiki.gccollab.ca/EODMS_FAQ#Searching
- For *Download Only* (data that EODMS cannot yet load e.g. PLEIADES) proceed directly to https://data.eodms-sgdot.nrcan-rncan.gc.ca/ and enter their EODMS username/password. After that the data can be found using the following convention: https://data.eodms-sgdot.nrcan-rncan.gc.ca/<department>/<satellite>/<sensor> (e.g. https://data.eodms-sgdot.nrcan-rncan.gc.ca/dfo/pleiades/pleiades)
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